1920s Lodge in the Minnesota Northwoods

1920s Lodge in the Minnesota Northwoods
1920s Lodge in the Minnesota Northwoods
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$109.52 37% $40.52

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The Fine Print

Stay with Dining Credit at Manhattan Beach Lodge in Crosslake, MN. Dates into December.


  • Hotel at a Glance: Manhattan Beach Lodge

    Manhattan Beach Lodge has stood on the shores of Minnesota’s Big Trout Lake since 1929. In its early days, the lodge catered to wealthy residents of the Twin Cities and Chicago who wanted to get away from the city. More than 85 years later, Manhattan Beach Lodge still feels like a rustic hideaway with handcrafted pine furniture, a stone fireplace in the lobby, and a picturesque setting in the Minnesota Northwoods.

    • A room with a view: All of the lodge’s guest rooms face the lake and offer unobstructed views of the region’s colorful sunsets.
    • Free continental breakfast is served daily.
    • Lakeside patio dining: Use your $10 dining credit per stay at the on-site full-service restaurant and bar Manhattan’s.

    Crosslake, Minnesota: Rural Northwoods Community Surrounded by Lakes

    Lakes practically outnumber people in Crosslake. The community overlooks dozens of small lakes, including the Whitefish Chain of Lakes, which spans 119 miles of shoreline. It offers plenty of outdoor fun in all seasons, from swimming and boating in the summertime to ice-fishing for blue gills, crappie, walleye, northern pike, and largemouth bass in the winter.

    Crosslake’s quaint town square is a great place to shop for local arts and crafts, handmade chocolates, and fishing equipment. To see more of the region, hop on the Paul Bunyan Scenic Byway. It passes right by the town square and wends throughout the Whitefish Chain of Lakes, passing numerous scenic vistas and historic sites on the way.

The Company

Manhattan Beach Lodge

39051 County Road 66